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The Rhode Island Foundation has selected two Barrington men to participate in the inaugural class of its Equity Leadership Initiative (ELI).  Barrington residents Michael Cancilliere and … more
After an extensive search that began with 152 applicants, the Bristol Police Department has hired two people to join the force. Stefanie Salisbury is a Cranston resident in her young twenties, with … more
Across the country, many large police departments are shorthanded, struggling to both recruit and retain officers. The Bristol Police Department just hired two officers to fill its only two … more
Businesses come and go, but for many years now, not much has changed at Aidan’s — and for the regulars, many of whom were not born when the iconic Irish pub first opened its doors, … more
A few weeks ago, the state issued a stern warning for people and animals to avoid contact with Brickyard Pond in Barrington. Testing had shown high levels of blue-green algae.  Late last … more
PORTSMOUTH — Local prevention specialists know bus drivers are on the front lines when it comes to detecting dangerous behaviors exhibited by their younger passengers. That’s why … more
PORTSMOUTH — About 8.3 acres of waterfront property on Frank Coelho Drive has sold for $3.25 million, which is reportedly the highest land sale in Portsmouth ever recorded. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The City Council passed the Fiscal Year 2021-22 budget ordinance for East Providence by a 3-2 vote at a meeting of the body Tuesday night, Oct. 5. The $202,263,889 sum … more
Stig and Stuart Solberg are not your typical 9- and 6-year-olds. They are already competing in high-level BMX championship races — and winning. more
Representatives from the state's Coastal Resources Management Council got an earful Monday evening when they appeared before the Tiverton Harbor Commission to talk about the changing face of … more
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